Events | Work in progress presentations

A Comparison: The Accommodation of Dietary Requirements of Religious Minorities in Prisons in Germany and the U.S.

By on 13th June 2017

Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group, has the pleasure to invite you to a talk by: Pauline M. S. Weller, PhD researcher, Law Department, EUI, who will present a work-in-progress paper: A Comparison: The Accommodation of Dietary Requirements of Religious Minorities in Prisons in Germany and the U.S. Many religions have dietary requirements that can make […]

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Raffael Fasel (Cambridge) and Manès Weisskircher (EUI), Human and Animal Rights: From the Enlightenment to the Twenty-First Century.

By on 28th March 2017

The Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group had the pleasure to organize the event: Human and Animal Rights: From the Enlightenment to the Twenty-First Century – Work in progress presentation and discussion by Raffael Fasel (PhD Candidate in Law at the University of Cambridge) and Manès Weisskircher (PhD Candidate at the EUI, SPS Department). On Tuesday, […]

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Tomi Tuominen, The Composite European Constitution and National Courts.

By on 15th March 2017

The European Union has a composite constitution, that is, that the constitutional norms of the EU and those of the Member States must be understood and studied as a whole. These two normative levels are in constant interaction. The defining feature of this relationship is constitutional pluralism. Basing on an analysis of the events surrounding […]

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Liiri Oja and Elena Brodeală, Reproductive Rights in Central Eastern Europe

By on 22nd February 2017

Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group and The Fundamental Rights Working Group had the pleasure to organize the work in progress presentation: Constitutional and political debates on reproductive autonomy in Central and Eastern Europe. The case of Estonia and Romania by Liiri Oja (EUI) and Elena Brodeală (EUI) The event took place on Wednesday, February 22, […]

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Darshan Datar, Globalization and the transformation of religion: A critical look into Freedom of religion and State Church relationships

By on 20th January 2017

Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group has the pleasure to invite you to the talk: “Globalization and the transformation of religion: A critical look into Freedom of religion and State Church relationships” by Darshan Datar, LLM Candidate at European University Institute, Italy On Friday, January 20th, 5-7 pm Sala del Camino, Villa Salviati Fore more information […]

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